On An Incomplete Survey of Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, and Books Being Read by Potential Jurors on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, in Baltimore City Circuit Court, Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse Jury Duty Waiting Room
@stuffisthings I've been a DC resident and registered voter since 2008 and I have never been summonsed. But then, I've never met Melanne Verveer.
@SidAndFinancy Yes, yes, a thousand times yes. They serve most, if not all, mixed drinks that way, but the G&T is what keeps me coming back (and crawling out).
Oh my god, Mikhail from 1:32 to 1:42 and from 2:30 to 2:45 almost makes me wish he hadn't started to talk and had continued to telegraph his amusement/disappointment.
Yeah -- NASA is basically an R&D arm of the military-industrial complex, so I think they'll emerge un-shellacked.
Between this and your delightful post about the trilobite cold case, you are cheering me up immensely, Dave. Keep the science and nature coming! (Until the new Congress outlaws them, that is.)
On "Session 9"
This remains the scariest movie I've ever seen. The last line, about where Simon lives -- I still get chills when I think about it.
England sounds more and more like Wisconsin.
It isn't at all relevant to the substance of the current debate, but the tower at Gettysburg presented a significant disruption to the battlefield's historic viewshed, which preservationists have sought to protect from development.